Murder in Scorpio by Martha C. Lawrence
A Mystery

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Elizabeth Chase, a private eye with psychic abilities, uses her special talents to search for the killer of Janice Freeman, but when she gets close to the truth, even the intervention of the stars may not save her. A first novel.

About Martha C. Lawrence

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Martha C. Lawrence witnessed her first 'ghost' (she prefers the term 'discarnate entity' at the age of twenty. She has worked as a book editor, a professional astrologer and a business writer.
Published November 1, 1995 by St. Martin's Press. 227 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The weirdness here is evidently meant to focus on the sleuth, southern California parapsychologist Elizabeth Chase, who's hired by Escondido police sergeant Thomas McGowan to look into the fatal car crash of Janice Freeman, a high-school friend of his who was going to law school and working as in...

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